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Thin Uniface Blade
Thin Uniface Blade

This is a fine thin blade with a needle tip. It is very well made with fine edgework on both sides.

$52.00
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Native American Hammerstones, Nutting Stones, Pestles and Game Stones
Native American Hammerstones, Nutting Stones, Pestles and Game Stones

Each one of these stones was found on sites that were plentiful with artifacts. Each one also show signs of use and wear by Native Americans. They were used as hammerstones, nutting stones, grinding stones, pestles and game stones. Add these to a display or rock garden. Receive a box of rocks in the mail and I pay for shipping!

$42.50
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Fossiliferous Paleo Uniface Blade
Fossiliferous Paleo Uniface Blade

This is a great blade. It has paleo flaking and fine edge work that is difficult to capture in the pictures. It is made of high quality fossiliferous chert.

$54.00
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Translucent Thumbnail Scraper From Washington
Translucent Thumbnail Scraper From Washington

This scraper is very well made. It is made of beautiful high quality semi-transparent material.

$9.00
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Hornstone Uniface Blade
Hornstone Uniface Blade

This is a good example of a uniface scraping tool. It was worked only from one side. There may be a couple more historic nicks on the face.

$16.50
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3 Small Native American Drills
3 Small Native American Drills

This is a nice group of small drills of various styles. It is hard to judge age on these styles because they were made and used throughout Native American existence.

$25.00
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6 Flake Knives / Bladelets / Lancets
6 Flake Knives / Bladelets / Lancets

This is a nice colorful group of flake knives or bladelets. The ancient Native Americans made them to be used for cutting. They are as sharp as a scalpel when they are made. This technology was used beginning in Paleo times. This group ranges in length from 1-1/2″ to 2″

$22.50
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Native American Pencil Drills
Native American Pencil Drills

This type of drill is hard to date because this type was made throughout Native American history.  They are 2-1/8″ and 1-3/4″ Both were found in the same field in the 1970’s.

$26.00
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Flint Ridge Paleo Crescent Style Blade
Flint Ridge Paleo Crescent Style Blade

This beautiful blade was actually found inside the Indianapolis city limits.

$45.00
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Drill / Awl / Graver
Drill / Awl / Graver

This is a great little perforator / awl / drill It has a fine needle tip and a flared base for an easy grip. These are hard to date as they were used throughout Native American history.

$18.00
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Drill
Drill

This is a very heavily patinated drill. It has an excellent shaft and a finely worked base. It is difficult to date this style because they were used throughout Native American history.

$24.00
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Spent Flake Core
Spent Flake Core

This is all that is left and I have to say, he didn’t waste any. This was once large enough to produce long flake knives known as bladelets. It is hard to date because they were used throughout Native American history. Flake cores are fairly rare in that there was only one used to produce nearly a hundred bladelets.

$17.50
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